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B.C. VIEWS: Plucking the golden goose

B.C. NDP, federal Liberals raise high-earner income tax to 50%

Tyson’s Thoughts: Don’t quit on yourself!

It was pretty cool to see Jeff Bood win the Men’s Open after playing in it for 21 years.

BC VIEWS: Little integrity left to protect

Darryl Plecas taints an already shabby B.C. political scene

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        Great Gardens: Celebrating Back to School

        This is the perfect time of year to plant my favourite ‘back to school’ plants.

        Indigenous bureaucracy grows again

        B.C. offers stalled development, gambling money

        A Brush with Henschel: The Seventh Wave

        I’ve tried to capture the excitement in this painting I’ve named, “The Seventh Wave”.

        B.C’s highway rest areas are a disgrace

        I’ve got a job that should be top priority for our new Highways minister

        No easy answers in ICBC mess

        David Eby blames problems that have already been fixed

        Hanna’s Highlight: Libraries are the future

        I am now passionate about libraries and what they can do for communities.

        No easy answers in ICBC mess

        David Eby blames problems that have already been fixed

        Great Gardens: Plants as Gifts

        Give plants that make a statement about the occasion or the person you are celebrating.

        A Brush with Henschel: Johnstone Strait Traffic

        Gordon Henschel brings Gazette readers “The whales and the mountains.”

        Tyson’s Thoughts: Legalize it already

        The revenue from legal marijuana sales will be used to address public health and addictions issues.

        Gazette History Minute: Archives aid family in searching for deceased relative

        The Davisons wanted to know more about their relative and the place he lived.

        Tyson’s Thoughts: Queen of the North Memories

        Gazette Editor Tyson Whitney reflects on his summer spent working on the Queen of the North.

        OPINION: Battle against intolerance will be fought in history classrooms

        A complete accounting of the past – not platitudes – is our best weapon against racist mistruths

        Grizzly hunt ban aims at cities

        John Horgan’s NDP rushes announcement to raise money

        Tyson’s Thoughts: The Great Donut Caper

        19 years ago, a box of Tim Horton’s donuts mysteriously disappeared.

        BC VIEWS: Notes from the forest fire zone

        Media hype aside, this is not the worst fire season ever